2012 NFL Draft Results: Jacksonville Selects Three Defensive Prospects On Draft's Final Day

With limited selections over the final four rounds, the Jacksonville Jaguars addressed each level of the defense with all three of their day 3 picks.

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Jaguars-Buccaneers Trade: Tampa Bay Trades No. 5 Overall Pick To Jacksonville

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded their No. 5 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft to the Jacksonville Jaguars

In exchange for that pick, the Bucs will now select at No. 7 overall, the pick formerly held by the Jaguars while also receiving Jacksonville's fourth round pick at 101 overall.

All signs are pointing to the Jaguars picking Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon with their higher pick. It is still unsure who the Buccaneers will select, although it is believed that they will still select LSU cornerback Morris Claiborne at No. 7 overall.

For more on the 2012 NFL Draft and the Jacksonville Jaguars, stay tuned to this StoryStream. For all the latest news and analysis on the Jacksonville Jaguars, visit Big Cat Country. For a complete list of 2012 NFL Draft results visit Mocking The Draft and the SB Nation NFL Hub Page for the latest news from all 32 NFL teams.

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